National Comment

A first-hand account of the People’s Vote march

The People’s Vote march was for more than just disgruntled students; the people’s voice needs to be more widely recognised

Let Theresa May get on with it or risk no deal

The Prime Minister has one of the most unenviable tasks imaginable and sadly, she’s all we’ve got

The travesty of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination

The consequences of this controversial nomination will be far-reaching for many years to come in the USA

We need to save our internet

The EU’s Article 13 is a dangerous threat to our liberties on the web

CLASH OF COMMENTS: Should tuition fees be abolished?

Clash of Comment on whether tuition fees should be abolished

The impact of 9/11 is still being felt today

Last month marks the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks: 17 years since the vile attack on American soil catapulted…

While we sunbathe, our climate cries for help

Summer temperatures in the UK may be good for the beach, but it shows our planet is in dire straits

Farming can be a way out for South Africa’s youth

With youth unemployment and obesity becoming major issues, could agriculture be the big break for South African teens?

Conservatives are making a ‘no deal’ the only deal

The attitude of the government toward Brexit negotiations is knowingly sending us toward a ‘no deal’

Aung San Suu Kyi – from the oppressed to the oppressor

She has through her own lack of action gone from being oppressed to being the oppressor. That in itself is a tragedy

Theresa May’s trip to Africa looks desperate, and has achieved little

Beyond the questionable dancing, May’s trip to Africa shows the reality of post-Brexit economic struggles

Haven’t we got better things to do than bashing Boris?

The reaction to Boris’ insensitivity doesn’t help liberals’ image problem